ARASHI RAISHI I
The actor Arashi Sangor˘ II in a print made by Katsukawa Shunk˘
The actor Arashi Sangor˘ II in a print made by Katsukawa Shunsh˘

Arashi Sangor˘ II in a print made by Katsukawa Shunsh˘

Arashi Sangor˘ II playing the role of It˘ Kur˘ in the kaomise drama "Izu Goyomi Shibai no Ganjitsu", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1772 at the Moritaza

The actors Segawa Kikunoj˘ II (standing-left) and Arashi Sangor˘ II (seated-right) playing the roles of Princess Ryű and the warrior Minamoto no Yoritomo in the kaomise drama "Meoto Giku Izu no Kisewata", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1770 in Edo at the Ichimuraza (print made by Ippitsusai Bunch˘)

The actors Band˘ Iwagor˘ (top;1st from left), Arashi Kichisabur˘ I (top;2nd from left), Yamashita Kamenoj˘ IV (top;2nd from right), Arashi Bungor˘ I (top;1st from right), Sawamura Kunitar˘ I (bottom;1st from left), Arashi Sangor˘ II (bottom;2nd from left), Nakamura Utaemon I (bottom;2nd from right) and Mimasu Tokujir˘ I (bottom;1st from right) playing the roles of Mikenjaku Monpei, Kannera Monpei, the keisei Harusame, Yoshikawa Saemon Kaget˘, the keisei Meigetsu, Sue Yadorinosuke, Amako Haruhisa and the nakai Otoku in the new year ni-no-kawari "Keisei Su˘ no Dairi", which was staged in the 12th lunar month of 1777 in ďsaka at the Naka no Shibai

The actor Arashi Sangor˘ II
Drawing made by Suifutei in the book "Suifutei Gigafu" (1782)

Arashi Sangor˘ II in an illustration from the book "Yakusha Mono Iwai" (1784)
Copyright ę The Trustees of the British Museum

The actors Arashi Sangor˘ II (top), Ichikawa Danz˘ IV (left), Sawamura Kunitar˘ I (right/the old noble woman killing a villain) and Arashi Mitsuemon I (right/the villain being killed) playing the roles of Kan Sh˘j˘, Terukuni, Kakuju and Sukune Tar˘ in the "D˘my˘ji" scene of the drama "Sugawara Denju Tenarai Kagami", which was staged in the 8th lunar month of 1796 in Ky˘to at the Minamigawa no Shibai (cover of the illustated banzuke)

The actors Arashi Sangor˘ I, Arashi Sangor˘ II and Arashi Sangor˘ III playing the roles of Minamoto no Yoshiie, the spirit of a male mandarin duck and the fox Genkur˘ in a print made by Utagawa Toyokuni III (1862~1863)

 
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